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Originally Posted by Jumbo Jet View Post
I use the "drying with water" method first. If you have a solid layer of sealant on the truck, take the nozzle off of the hose and let the water trickle down and sheet off the vehicle. Start at the top and work your way down. Its amazing how well this technique works on glass. Then I use a leaf blower (gas powered Echo) to dry what little is left. It also gets the water out of the mirrors, bed caps, fuel door and grill. Then pull it in the garage and blot dry the rest with a quality Waffle Weave microfiber drying towel.
a bazillion times this ^^

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